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Maurice Timothy Reidy is the deputy editor in chief of America Media.
FaithLent Reflections
Maurice Timothy Reidy
A Reflection for the Wednesday of the First Week of Lent by Tim Reidy
FaithAdvent Reflections
Maurice Timothy Reidy
A Reflection for the Saturday of the First Week of Advent
Fordham Prep students collect donations for the Great Ignatian Challenge in 2019. The annual holiday food drive, which now takes place at 15 Jesuit schools, also raises money for financial assistance programs at thge participating schools. (Christopher Lauber/Fordham Prep)
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Maurice Timothy Reidy
Jim Rowen discusses the genesis of the Great Ignatian Challenge, a yearly competition among Jesuit high schools to see which institution can bring in the most donations for local charities.
A hooded figure in a hat looks from a dark space at the light pouring through a half-circle window in a door; the figure's eyes cannot be seen, just the light reflecting on their face
FaithAdvent Reflections
Maurice Timothy Reidy
A Reflection for the First Friday of Advent.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maurice Timothy Reidy
For the title sisters in ‘The Grammarians,’ words are much more than words, and the rules that govern them must be upheld with a believer’s zeal.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maurice Timothy Reidy
A detective story is not what we have come to expect from Russo, who generally operates at the same, easy-going speed as his male protagonists.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maurice Timothy Reidy
Both sons of New York, Alfred E. Smith and Franklin Roosevelt were close political allies. Until the national Democratic convention of 1932.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maurice Timothy Reidy
Steven Hyden says he is not a religious person, but he is fervently devoted to the music that he grew up with.
Arts & CultureBooks
Patrick Samway draws from letters to paint a picture of an editor and a writer who rarely met in person but who nonetheless forged a close bond.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maurice Timothy Reidy
Wilson's strong moral streak proved to be his greatest asset and his greatest failing.